Nick Cannon’s Family Urged Him To Leave Wife Mariah Carey Over Her ‘Diva Behavior’ – She’s ‘Too Much To Handle,’ Says Source

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Aug. 27 2014, Published 9:21 p.m. ET

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Nick Cannon’s father James Cannon posted a series of very cryptic messages this past week seemingly bashing his soon to be ex-daughter-in-law. But has learned that he is not the only Cannon family member that is not a fan of Mariah Carey!

“Nick’s whole family urged him to leave Mariah because she made him a miserable person towards the end,” a source close to Cannon clan tells exclusively.

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“They never really got close to Mariah because she made zero effort. But they were accepting of her as long as Nick was happy,” the source says.

The insider claims that Cannon was happy for the first several years, especially following the birth of their twins, Monroe and Moroccan in 2011.

“Mariah really let her guard down in the beginning,” the source tells “She was focused on becoming a great mother and good person.”

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But in the past year, the source says, that all changed.

“Mariah has really gotten back to her old diva self and she has been putting Nick through the wringer,” the source adds. “She has an elevated sense of herself and treats Nick like he is not deserving of her.”

Is there any chance of a reconciliation between Cannon and his “Heartbreaker” wife? The source says it doesn’t look likely!

“Nick and the family will always be there for her and for the kids, but he is done,” the family insider adds.

Do you think Nick and Mariah should give their love one more chance? Let us know in the comments!



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